Medicaid: Additional Enrollment and Expenditure Data for the Transitional Medical Assistance Program

Yocom, Carolyn L.
March 2013
GAO Reports;3/15/2013, p1
Government Documents
The article presents a report issued by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) regarding the additional data of the enrollment and expenditure for the transitional medical assistance (TMA) program as of December 2012. It states that the TMA is a Medicaid program that offers up to 1 year of additional Medicaid health insurance benefits to certain low-income families. Two charts are also provided which show the program's enrollment and expenditures in every state from 2006 to 2011.


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